Surgical instrument detergents with surface conditioning lubricants avoid instrument corrosion and pitting.

 Surgical instrument detergents with a surface conditioning lubricant clean residue free. The all-in-ONEcleaner surgical instrument detergent enzyme lubricant cleaners contain surfactant ingredients that enhance the protective passive layer of surgical instrument stainless steel.

The passive layer can only be treated when the surface is clean. When the surface of the surgical instrument has been cleaned, removing all bioburden, mineral encrustation, and stains, the surfactant agents within the all-in-ONE Universal Processing Solution are able to treat the surface. Within the thorough cleaning treatments that follow, as the surgical instrument is soiled and cleaned, the passive layer will become stronger and stronger.

Manufacturers of surgery instruments recommend the use of neutral pH surgical instrument cleaners.

ONEcleaner detergent surgical instrument cleaners have been shown to be effective in optimizing the efficacy of the passive oxide layer. This will provide a longer life for stainless steel surgery instruments.

Surgical instrument cleaners with a high or low pH erode the passive layer. 

The all-in-ONE Surgical Instrument Detergent Enzyme Lubricant Cleaners are designed to deliver all of the ingredients necessary for cleaning thoroughly and maintaining surgical instrument stainless steel. The formulation includes; four enzyme cleaners (Protease, Amylase, Lipase, and Carbohydrase) that break down all forms of bioburden, including  blood, carbohydrates, protein,  polysaccharides, fats, starches, oils, uric acid and other nitrogenous compounds.

The surface cleaning detergent complex thoroughly cleans to the surface, surfactants enhance the stainless steel passive layer for extended protection against corrosion, pitting and stains, surfactant cleaning agents and rust inhibitors remove surgical instrument stains, and mineral encrustations, the lubricant ionic bonds and lubricates moving parts with no spotting or film.

The ONEcleaner formulation also delivers a neutral pH (7), and 100% biodegradable solution with water softeners that treat the source water to counter the corrosive effects of source hard water that contain high mineral levels, and a free rinsing ingredient to break the surface tension of the final rinse for spotless and residue free surgical instruments.

all-in-ONEcleaner surgical instrument detergent enzyme lubricant cleaners contain surfactant ingredients that will enhance the passive layer of surgical instrument stainless steel. The passive layer can only be treated when the surface is clean. When the surface of the surgical instrument has been cleaned, (all bioburden, mineral encrustation, and stains are removed), the surfactant agents within the all-in-ONE are able to treat the passive layer surface. With the thorough cleaning treatments that follow, as the surgical instruments are soiled and cleaned, the surgical instrument stainless steel passive layer will become stronger and stronger. Surgical Instruments that are thoroughly cleaned, and are treated with the surfactant agents delivered by the all-in-ONE, will have a passive layer than becomes stronger over time. When the passive layer becomes stronger, the surgical instruments will have an increased resistance to corrosion, pitting, and stains. Your first-line-of-defense against Preventing Corrosion is the passive oxide layer of your Surgical Instruments. Stainless steel surgery instruments are made of corrosion resistant high-grade specialty steels. Corrosion resistant does not mean corrosion proof. If the surgical instrument surface is damaged mechanically or chemically the passive layer is unable to protect the instrument. The passive layer is self-healing. Thorough cleaning of the surgical instrument provides the oxygen exposure to the surface, enhancing the strength of the surgical instrument stainless steel. That is why thorough cleaning of the surgical instrument is critical to avoid corrosion, pitting, and stains. How is the passive oxide layer manufactured and how is it maintained, when surgical instruments are cleaned? The passive layer or surgical stainless steel is intended to prevent or resist corrosion. The process is called passivation. Passivation and polishing eliminate the carbon molecules from the surface of the surgical instrument. This forms a layer which acts as a corrosive resistant seal. Passivation is a chemical process that removes carbon molecules from the surface of the surgical instrument.

This chemical process continues to occur through the repeated exposure to the oxidizing agents in the all-in-ONE surgical instrument cleaning detergent. Polishing, by the manufacturer, is a process used to achieve a smooth surface on the surgical instrument. Surgical Instruments are polished because the passivation process leaves microscopic pits where the carbon molecules were removed. Polishing builds a layer of chromium oxide on the surface of the surgical instrument. Proper cleaning and sterilization of the surgical instrument stainless steel will build up, increase, the layer of chromium oxide, thereby increasing the protection against surgical instrument corrosion, pitting, and stains. This means that a properly cleaned surgical instrument can have a higher resistance to corrosion, pitting and stains than new surgical instruments.

Surgical instrument detergents with lubricants avoid instrument pitting. Surgical instrument detergents with lubricant clean residue free. Neutral pH 7 surgical instrument cleaning solutions are recommended by all surgical instrument and container manufacturers. The all-in-one enzyme surgical instrument cleaners delvers water softeners that treat the source water to counter the corrosive effects of source hard water that contains high mineral levels, and a free rinsing ingredient breaks the surface tension of the final rinse for spotless and residue free surgical instruments. The all-in-ONE enzyme detergent lubricant cleaner is designed to deliver all of the ingredients necessary for effectively cleaning and maintaining surgical instrument stainless steel.

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